Desktop Support Technician Interview Questions

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CompuCom Interviews

2 Desktop Support Technician Interview Questions and Reviews

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21st Century Interviews

1 Desktop Support Technician Interview Question and Review

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Think Finance Interviews

1 Desktop Support Technician Interview Question and Review

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Jul 12, 2014

Interview Question for IT Coordinator/Desktop Support Technician at URS:

“There really wasn't much to it...”


Jul 6, 2014

Interview Question for Desktop Support Technician at Think Finance:

“Describe a mistake you made where you had to explain to you're manager what you had done.”


Jun 12, 2014

Interview Question for Anonymous at LegalZoom.com:

“What do you know about our company?”


May 20, 2014

Interview Question for Anonymous at Faction Media:

“How to handle multiple people, each with a high-priority problem.”


Apr 23, 2014

Interview Question for Anonymous at Sequent Information Systems:

“This was a pretty typical interview, they expressed more interest in my Telecommunications schooling than my Desktop Support experience.”


Dec 18, 2013

Interview Question for Anonymous at MathWorks:

“Oddly, the toughest part of the interview for me was interacting with the managers. Many of them can be difficult to get a "read" on, and sometimes they're looking for contradictory things.”


Sep 9, 2013

Interview Question for Anonymous at Intuit:

“Would you be willing to take the position even know that there would not be a permanent position available after the contracted time.”


Sep 6, 2013

Interview Question for Anonymous at Bloomberg L.P.:

“None to speak of.”


Aug 12, 2013

Interview Question for Anonymous at Attachmate:

“What would someone who is very close to you say your strenghts and weakneeses are?”


Jun 10, 2013

Interview Question for Anonymous at University of Alaska Southeast:

“None really.”